As of Wednesday afternoon the Louisville football program’s 2019 recruiting class has fifteen members .
Scott Satterfield’s staff signed four recruits during the early signing period in December. Six recruits eventually committed to Louisville prior to today. All six made it official and signed letters of intent today. Three uncommitted prospects committed and signed this morning. Two of the fifteen members of the class are graduate transfers.
Previously Committed & Signed Today
Signing Day Additions
J.T. McCoy – Florida – Center: The 6-foot-2, 305-pound, center started nine games for the Gators in 2017 before suffering a season ending knee injury. In 2018 his role diminished under Dan Mullen.
Ean Phiefer – Vanderbilt – OL/TE: Pfeifer has two years of eligibility left and can play right away. The Arkansas native played on the offensive line for Vandy over the past three years, but is expected to help Louisville at tight end in 2019. In 2016 as a redshirt freshman Pfeifer was an Athlon Sports SEC All Freshman honoree, but he’s struggled with injuries over the past two seasons.<